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  • idlethreat
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    Might not be such a bad idea to have a super computer looking over your doctor's shoulder.

    Please. Let it.

    I love my docs. They're smart people, have written lots of whitepapers and are very, very good in their fields. However, they're human beings. Systems like this (actually, should be called an expert system rather than a true AI) can conglomerate testing data from millions of patients in seconds. Your doc might only touch a few thousand in his (or her) career.

    Sadly, humans are squishy, unreliable things. We don't fill perfect little boxes. A pain that I judge to be a 5, might be a 10 to someone else. An ache that would send any reasonable person to the doctor I might just take some aspirin and a nap. Memories are fuzzy. Familial histories are even fuzzier.

    Once they get the input problem licked, then I'd enjoy having an expert system working with me and my doctor to pin down my ailments and hammer down a treatment plan that works for me.

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